For the big day, you don’t want any unwanted surprises or hairs out of place. To lend a helping hand, have your groomsman bring backup! For all the groomsmen out there, here is a list of items you should pack with you in case the groom should need them (and in case you don’t have a wedding planner like Cherry Blossom Events to bring a kit of their own).
Lint roller, for any pet hairs or lint that sticks to the groom’s tuxedo.
Comb, to ensure a well-groomed groom.
Hair gel, to keep everyone’s locks in place at all times.
Razor, for any chin hairs he may have missed the night before.
Cologne, for a last minute spritz before heading to the alter.
Breath mints, because a fresh mouth is a fresh mind.
Extra cuff links, just in case one gets lost somewhere.
Shoe polish, to ensure even the groom’s shoes are in tip-top shape.
Backup tie or bowtie, in case they get lost, tangled, or stained throughout the day.
After months of planning and organizing, the big day has finally arrived. To ensure your wedding goes off without any hiccups, no matter how big or small, an emergency kit is the best way to go. If you work with Cherry Blossom Events to plan your wedding, we always carry our own kit with us. But if you don’t have a wedding planner, here are some items every bridesmaid should bring to the wedding!
Sewing Kit, for any rips or tears that may accumulate throughout the event.
Tide to Go, especially for messy eaters, because nobody wants a stain hanging around all day or night.
Dental Floss, to ensure picture perfect smiles after dinner.
First Aid items, like hydrogen peroxide and band-aids, to keep any cuts or bruises in check.
Granola Bars, for an extra protein-filled snack to keep the bride going.
Chapstick, so the bride can keep smiling without dry, chapped lips.
Tissues are a must to help avoid running makeup, and running noses.
Deodorant, to stay and feel fresh dancing the night away.
Caffeine, so the bride stays wide awake as to not miss any part of her big day.